Dabangg 3 Movie Review: Here's where critics criticize Starr Salman Khan

New Delhi: The latest outing of Superman Salman Khan & # 39; Dabangg 3 & # 39; has opened in theaters today and the buzz around the venture is obvious. Sallu Bhai has repeated one of his favorite characters on the screen of Chulbul Pandey in the movie which has a cast star set.

Let's see what critics think of the superstar actor:

Dabangg 3 provides the franchise's fans with exactly what they are looking for – a lovable villain who never fails to bend the rules when dealing with situations and people who are difficult and spells. The freedoms he takes, the monolithic rubbish and the swag he injects into the action of the policeman give the film its surface sheen. This is all a Salman Khan movie that needs to send the base of its fans into reboots. NDTV.com

The third installment of the Dabangg franchise tells the story of what made Chulbul Pandey his beloved in-house cop. How he transformed from an innocent, sweet boy-next to the Dabangg police. There is no point in guessing, this is his first love – Khushi, played by Saiee Manjrekar, who makes her Bollywood debut with the film. The story begins here, with Chulbul Pandey and Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha) leading a rather peaceful and satisfying life. However, Chulbul's life swirls when he encounters a prostitution gang led by King Sudeep. A meeting between the hero and the villain leads the audience into the past, where Chulbul's love story with Khushi is met with unjustified anger by Balli, and the goon goes too high for the heroine. What appears between these characters builds the story. Pinkvilla.com

There are countless moments of love and dignity in Prabhudeva's "Dabangg 3" for Salman Khan fans. Yes, he takes off his shirt, flirts with his well-bold, perfectly oily body and slaps the wrists. The action is raw and steady, however, some action scenes (such as the introductory Chulbul series) are unnecessarily extensive. While the story is clearly predictable, again, Salman's silver power, swag and style remain intact. There is an attempt to introduce comedy into the story, but it seems rather forced. The story is not coherent and the narrative loosens together. Times Of India.com

The & # 39; Dabangg 3 & # 39; is directed by the unlucky choreographer who became the director of Prabhudeva.

It was produced by Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan under the respective banners of Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Productions.

The film features Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Arbaaz Khan, Mahie Gill and Sudeep among others. Mahesh Manjrekar's documentary, Saiee Manjrekar, will debut on "Dabangg 3".